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William Scranton (Associated Press)
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July 31, 2013
Maryla I am very sorry for the loss of your fatherin law.
July 31, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the Scranton Family. Though I was just a little girl when Governor Scranton was in office, I have a new appreciation for him: I am quite positive that his high moral standards would never have permitted the sexual incidents that happen non-stop with so many of the men in the public spotlight today.

We need more like him RIGHT NOW.

With deepest sympathy,
July 31, 2013
my deepest condolences to you, I have never met you, but my daughter will be attending the University of Scranton in September, and have only now been reading up on you and the town.... Amazing man, so sorry for your loss.
July 30, 2013
Dear Scranton Family and all who loved Gov. Scranton. I believe that ones life should be celebrated and tell others what this human being did with his life. I was fortunate to take care of his Aunt Rhoda Warren as she was a truly wonderful human being too, Gov. would come and visit her often and he was such a gentleman and so kind this is a quality hard to find today he never left without thanking me so much for all I did for his Aunt and I was never treated like staff or a nurse I was treated like family. My Dad was a Dem. firm but he loved Gov Scranton as he always called him neighbor Bill and that was what he was a neighbor to all. Enjoy your eternal reward you earned it.

Warmly Molly Fitzgerald Supanek
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